Gratitude comes in two parts: external and internal. External is action oriented. Internal is reflective. Both are essential for fulfillment.
What can we learn from someone who spent his career chasing highly mortal disease like ebola, and convincing the world to use condoms to combat AIDS? Peter Piot, the former head of UNAIDS and head of The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, did it all. Here are his career lessons.
There’s good news and the bad news with trade relations between the United States and China. The good news. While there might be a little escalation left in the tit-for-tat tariffs being announced, President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will find a path forward to save face. I hope.
The biggest challenge facing private equity investors for several years running has been finding attractive investment opportunities. Yet one sector, retail healthcare, has been conspicuous in its growth.
Fifty years after the death of Martin Luther King Jr., his hometown still has major racial disparities in mortality and other measures of health.
Nearly 12 million Americans enrolled in coverage via exchanges under the Affordable Care Act despite a narrower sign-up window and cuts to marketing implemented by the Donald Trump administration.
This Week In China Tech we have some great April Fool’s announcements by China’s tech giants, a new AI-powered camera technology that can predict 30 chronic diseases by taking a photo of your eye, and Tencent’s first autonomous car test drives out in Beijing.